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Date/Time:2017-Dec-08 09:28:44
Subject:Stitching aerial images


PanoTools NG: Stitching aerial images Sylvain Rondi rondi@... 2017-Dec-08 09:28:44

I'm a teacher from France and I'm working on a "challenge" for which 
Panotool would be helpful I guess (I had use PanoTool several years ago 
but I miss a recent experience with it).

Some weeks ago, I helped students from a high school here to launch a 
stratospheric balloon with a camera taking photographs during the 
flight. The balloon reached 32km height and the photos are stunning !
You can see some photos here :

The students would like to use the photos to make a timelapse movie with 
all the photos from the flight.
The main problem is that the camera rotates under the ballon between 
each frame, so the movie is not really nice : you can have a look at a 
short part of the movie here :

So I guess we would need first to rotate the photos that way :

- comparison between image1.jpg and image2.jpg
- rotating image2.jpg the good angle and renaming it image2new.jpg
- comparison between image2new.jpg and image3.jpg
- rotating image3.jpg the good angle and renaming it image3new.jpg
- comparison between image3new.jpg and image4.jpg
- and so on ...

Do you think I'm right ?
And do you think this would be possible using Panotool with a batch 
script ? (and with the help of image utilities such as ImageMagick - I'm 
under Linux)

In order to show you clearly which kind of images we got, I uploaded 
some photos here :

Thank you very much for you advices !

Posted by: Sylvain Rondi <#removed#>

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